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Using Literature in English Language Education: Challenging Reading for 8–18 Year Olds

Published on Dec 28, 2019in Elt Journal1.351
· DOI :10.1093/elt/ccz032
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While scholars frequently discuss different types of value separately, this book approaches values of literature in the plural. It shows how and why the ethical, aesthetic, cognitive, affective, social, historical, and existential values of literature should be explored in connection with each other. Through their interplay, the book argues, literature engages in its own distinctively literary forms of value inquiry.
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Acknowledgements 1. Introduction: The EFL Literature Classroom Part I: Visual Literacy in the EFL Literature Classroom 2. Developing the Mind's Eye with Picturebooks 3. Bridging a Curricular Gap with Graphic Novels Part II : Literary Literacy in the EFL-Literature Classroom 4. Postmodern Fairy Tales: Co-constructing Meaning 5. The Poetry of Children's Literature and Creative Writing 6. Children's Plays: Beyond the Oracy/Literacy Dichotomy Part III: Critical Cultural Literacy in the EFL Literatur...
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